How to keep Kontakt Library folder structure intact between Win & MacOs?
I'm using a studio pc (Windows) and got myself a new M1 Pro Macbook for the road.
Ideally I want to be able to take Cubase/Ableton projects from the studio and open them without hassle on the Macbook and vice versa. My sample library is stored twice, once on each system. (Since the folder/drive structure is different on Win/Mac their paths are not identical).
As far as installed programs and plugins are concerned, that's fine. Kontakt libraries work, as long as they are the type that registers in Kontakt (*.nicnt).
But: What about all other Kontakt libraries, the ones with an .nki and a sample folder. The moment I open a Cubase project that has one, Kontakt tells me files are missing and I need to relocate. Yes, there is an option in the database setting to "Include samples in database scan" that probably solves it but it is strongly advised against using that since it will noticably degrade the performance.
What can I do? Say the sample folder on my studio windows pc would be
How can I replicate that structure on my Macbook so it can load the library without asking?
Thanks a lot!
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